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7-18-2009 @ 7:54PM
#4 is totally required! Many people reach the end game having never grouped in an organized way. As a tank (my mage alt is lvl 31) it's pretty obvious who has spent time learning how to play well with others and who hasn't. I think that Blizzard's current design about making lvling quicker and easier also makes for players who aren't fully aware what their class is capable of. Thank you, thank you for mentioning this!!!
7-18-2009 @ 8:54PM
Well I reckon most people who actually play wow have already done most of the low level content, so shortening it keeps them entertained and keeps them playing- its unfortunate that the new players sort of miss out in terms of playing experience, but they should come to wow.com to be enlightened :)
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